Biodiversity and Multifunctional Features of Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated From Table Olive Biofilms

Conclusion Lactobacillus pentosus was the predominant species found at industrial scale in Spanish table olives biofilms, albeit certain genotypes of L. plantarum were also detected. At genotype level, biodiversity was higher in the Spanish-style table olive biofilms than in those of directly brined olives. The multivariate analysis based on technological and probiotic data showed that the main 16 genotypes obtained could be clustered in 3 great phenotypes, with some strains with potential application as multifunctional starters (especially L. pentosus Lp13 and LpG1 genotypes). Data obtained in the present study showed the selective environment that governs table olive biofilms, where not all LAB genotypes has the ability to adhere on and, as a result, the reduced biodiversity of its flora. Data Availability No datasets were generated or analyzed for this study. Author Contributions AB-C carried out the experimental work and helped in the writing of the manuscript. BC-D assisted in part of the experimental work. FR-G led part of the general design of the experiments and assisted in the experimental work. RJ-D contributed in the general design of the experiments and supervision. AG-F carried out the statistical analysis and also helped in the writing of the manuscript. FA-L supervised and contributed in the general design of the experiments and wrote the manuscript. Funding This research was funded by the Spanish Government (Project OliFilm AGL-2013-48300-R: http://olif...
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